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April 26, 2024

The Path Toward Primacy: Class VI Well Permitting in 2024

After three years of delays in issuing Class VI well permits due to a backlog of applications submitted to the ...
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April 11, 2024

The Race Is On: Carbon Sequestration Projects Gaining Speed

There’s a new kind of well in town: the carbon sequestration well. Injection wells are now more important than ever in ...
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January 24, 2024

Panther Oil Market Outlook: Top Takeaways for 2024

Uncertainties create a variety of possibilities for 2024, setting the stage for a year of cautious optimism in the oil ...
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January 19, 2024

Carbon Capture Permit Surge: Implications for Oil and Gas

This year marks a significant shift in the carbon storage permit landscape. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ...
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December 6, 2023

Best Practices for Clay Control & Fines Migration

When diving into oilfield operations, the topic of fines migration is inevitable. These tiny particles shift within our ...
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October 20, 2023

The Permian Basin’s Role in Carbon Sequestration

In an era where industries worldwide are amplifying efforts to reduce their carbon footprints, carbon sequestration ...
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September 11, 2023

Drilling Wells for Carbon Sequestration in Salt Caverns

The emphasis on environmentally responsible solutions in the oil and gas industry has surged in recent years. Salt ...
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March 9, 2023

Salt Caverns: A Safe Alternative to Oilfield Waste Disposal

It is no secret that the drilling industry creates waste that requires proper disposal. Over the years, operators ...
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February 10, 2023

Panther Market Outlook 2023: Producers’ focus sharpens amid global uncertainty

Even though 2022 began with a positive outlook due to rising rig counts and commodity prices, no one predicted the turn ...
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January 31, 2023

Austin Chalk Update: Challenge Accepted

The Austin Chalk formation is well known historically for being a challenging play. The play runs in a crescent shape ...
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